Is exercise alone an adequate tool to prevent diabetes? Or is a combined diet-and-exercise intervention more effective? A recent randomised trial found that aerobic exercise only achieved 24-50% effectiveness when compared to measures that merged physical movement and healthy eating. The study experimented with low, moderate, and high levels of exercise.
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